One common argument against homeschooling is that homeschooling creates an significantly large amount of isolation for the child. Instead of being surrounded by children their own age, many home schooled children are lucky to see other students their age once a week, usually during sports or music practices, field trips, family gatherings, or religious events. As a result, home schooled children can find it difficult interacting with new people, understanding social norms, or knowing about current trends among children their age. If a child is naturally shy, homeschooling may permanently hamper the child’s ability to interact with others. However, children who attend regular schools learn how to interact with
This literature shows that poverty is not the main reason of school refusal behavior but it could generate the thought of refusing school. There has been found linkages between child work and both social school attendance and school attainment of children aged 15-17 years old which is stated by Lyn (2012). Due to poverty, some children are forced or even volunteered to work at a young age. It is not a mistake to do so but it could affect a child’s school attainment. One of the child’s responsibilities is to study but working at the same time would not be a good contribution to a child’s life.
In the begining of highschool it was very challenging for me to balance school and friends making me choose friends which in this case was so not important or even worth it. Friends change, just like seasons and you might not always have the same ones. Several people that you might come across with are people who just teach you a lesson and aren’t in your life for the long run. My freshman friends taught me a lot because I am not so close to any of them, but during the time they sure did distract me from everything in my life. I started being disrespectful to my parents and not care about my grades.
According to Lixia Ge’s article Social Isolation, Loneliness and Their Relationships with Depressive Symptoms: A Population-Based Study states, “Social Isolation and loneliness have been individually identified to be associated with depressive symptoms” (Ge 2). Some of the symptoms were “being single, living alone, having a weak or small social network and infrequency of social interactions” (Ge2). Emily Grierson had 75% of the symptoms. She was at a very high risk for depression with the death of her father as well as not having a support system of friends to communicate with. The town thought she was odd, but she was suffering from depression.
High school can be rough! You have a lot of homework and to pre-pare for college. I feel like you have less friends in high school, then you do in grade school, you have all these friends and you’re always spending time together, but once you get in high school, I feel like you lose all your friends. Once you get into high school I feel you get too know who your real friends are. I try not to get too close to friends in high school because you never know if they will stick with you or they end of leaving.
A Memorable Time In Your Life As a child As a child growing up my life would have seemed a bore or sad compared to most kids. My routine was simple: Wake up, get ready, go to school, and come home within a certain amount of time. Not that interesting, right? Well my parents weren’t the type of people to help you gain different views or experiences, besides maybe the amount of hate that grew from punishment. Though from all of this I grew to love dreaming, researching, and planning.
Most people believe that homework is a waste of time that just stresses students because it is boring, but not everything in life has to be fun and perfect. It is not good to think that homework is a punishment because they help to improve new things or spend less time on technology like television, computer, internet, social networks, etc (see fig. 1). This kind of work that is given to a pupil is a collection of school work, which has to be done at home to help generate learning autonomy. All people who study at schools, colleges or universities, are required to do this assignment.
The lack of educational support from school contribute to students failure and stands against student's productivity. In addition, while students are suffering from the unqualified educational staff at school, most of their parents are uneducated and didn't have the sufficient awareness to follow their children educational progress. These unsupported environments lead student to drop out and stop enrolling in school. (Sara B, 2008) • Social family and economic issues: According to Al-Bayan (2013), There is no doubt that family plays an important role in motivating children to enroll in the educational field .It’s the cultivator of the primary values. So that can direct him either for education or isolate him from the value of being educated.
Some people say that the parents don’t motivate their children or help them with homework. It is the teen’s job to do their schoolwork! First, I will talk about being off task. The teen might be daydreaming. He or she might be thinking about some nonsense that is off topic.
People who value education live comfortable lives because they utilize the knowledge that an uneducated person never received. Numerous studies have been conducted researching the educational experiences of children who come from a one parent household, these studies show the effects of a fatherless household often result in negative student outcomes. Children who come from a matriarchal household are more likely to skip school, show poor academic performance, and have an increased risk of becoming a high school dropout (Gray and Anderson). Fatherlessness has a huge impact on education, it has been shown the absence of a father has led to high numbers of students dropping out, seventy one